Ann Arbor, Michigan, March 15, 2020 –Ken Wachsberger’s latest book, You’ve Got the Time: How to Write and Publish That Book in You, wasted no time earning #1 International Bestselling status on Amazon. This step-by-step guide to successful book writing and publishing, released February 27 by Azenphony Press, earned #1 Launch Day rankings in 19 categories in three countries.
According to Wachsberger, “I worked harder and smarter for this launch than for any previous book but I’m still amazed. And pleased.”
Following are the #1 rankings:
- Genre Fiction
- Publishing & Books
- Academic & Commercial
- Project Management
- Business Life
- Research & Development
- Knowledge Capital
- Time Management
- Business Life
You’ve Got the Time also earned a handful of #2 and #3 rankings.
“Ken Wachsberger gets it! I work in the professional speaking industry and encourage my clients to put their intellectual property down on paper. For those overwhelmed at the thought of writing a book, this is a ‘must read.’ Ken takes us by the hand and shares his processes, tips, and techniques – all designed to get it done. I’m a fan!” – Lois Creamer, sales expert, speaker co-author, The Speaker Author: Sell More Books and Book More Speeches
“From the moment you decide to write a book to the day that it’s published, Ken Wachsberger takes you through the whole writing process step-by-step, with plenty of examples drawn from his own real-life experience as an author, editor, educator, and book coach. And before you sign a book contract, read the section on that topic; Ken is a contract advisor with the National Writers Union. Whether you’re an aspiring author or a seasoned one, this is a book you’ll want to have.” – Susan Schopp, PhD, historian, member, National Writers Union, author, Sino-French Trade at Canton, 1698-1842
Ken Wachsberger is an internationally known, award-winning author/editor, book coach, storyteller, and book contract expert. He is a long-time active member of the National Writers Union and National Speakers Association, and a renowned NWU book contract adviser for over thirty years.
Azenphony Press has published and promoted a diverse catalog of books since its founding in 1987 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Subject areas include the Vietnam era underground press, censorship, the Holocaust and Jewish resistance, the I-Search paper (a first-of-its-kind textbook), writing for self-discovery, how to keep sane as a breast cancer support person, book publishing and promoting, and puns.